Sunny & Chilly Tuesday. Freezing Inland Tuesday Night!
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Cold Canadian High Pressure will control our weather over the next couple of days with below average temperatures and near freezing overnight lows inland. A mostly clear sky tonight will yield chilly temperatures by tomorrow morning. Lows will bottom out in the mid to upper 30s inland, 40s along the coast. Patchy frost is possible well away from the coast. Sunny skies are expected Tuesday with highs only in the upper 50s, over 10° below the average high of 70°. The coldest night will be Tuesday night with mornings lows near freezing for many by Wednesday morning. Plan on protecting your sensitive vegetation over the next couple days as frost and freeze conditions are possible away from the coast. The closest call for areas near the coast, concerning frost and near freezing conditions, will be Wednesday morning. Wednesday night will be cold once again with lows in the 30s. Temperatures will warm up later this week with 70s and the chance of rain late in the day on St. Patrick’s Day. Right now, it appears most of the rain should clear out pretty quickly Saturday morning.
TONIGHT: Clear & Colder, Low 39.
TUESDAY: Sunny. High 58, Low 34.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny. High 60, Low 36.
THURSDAY: Mostly Sunny. High 69, Low 50.
FRIDAY: Increasing Clouds. Scattered PM Showers. High 77, Low 60.
SATURDAY: Mostly Cloudy. AM Scattered Showers. High 70, Low 44.
SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny. High 61, Low 43.
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